Home is a new horror adventure just released this passed week. It features a throwback look, that of the NES era. I’ve heard it’s a pretty short game and I was going to play through it anyway so I decided, hey, why not share my play through with everyone? Enjoy!
Kid Icarus Uprising is coming out this week on the 3DS! Woo! Actually I’m not all that excited for it because of the anime look they decided to give it but hey, it’s the first game for the series in over 20 years! So yay!
I decided it was time Pit has his day so I’m going to show off the only other two games in the series, Kid Icarus on the NES and Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters on the Gameboy. Were these games always this difficult!?
Here it is, the last Spooky Gamecut for October 2011, Costume Quest. Halloween has almost come and gone but that’s okay because with a game like Costume Quest, you can relive Halloween every day of the year if you want; and have a great time doing it! Costume Quest is a fun little rpg style game where you face off against goblins who are stealing all of the candy in the neighborhood. They then mistakenly steal your sibling, thinking they’re a piece of candy too, and this sends you on the Halloween adventure of a lifetime! Easily one of my favorite games from last year!
Here’s your invitation, to the Monster Party! Today we’re taking a look at Monster Party for the NES from 1989. This time I have my good buddy Grey from The Dark Hours Podcast joining me for the show!
This is a very strange game and I’m not even sure where to begin describing it. You play as Mark, who meets a gargoyle named Bert. The two fuse together and once in a while you can play as Bert instead of Mark. The old switch-a-roo! That’s about all I know about it, besides the fact that it’s also a pretty tough game. Hey, I can cry if I want to, it’s my Monster Party!
Would you kill me if I asked you…”Would you like to play a game?” Well now you can play a game, within a game! And here, you can watch me play a game within a game in the new Spooky Gamecut for Saw! Is Jigsaws foray into Gaming as personally gratifying as trapping some in sequential person in a bear trap? Probably not, but it’s got to be pretty entertaining nonetheless.